There are times when trying to describe something just doesn’t do it justice; a spine chilling horror movie has to be seen, bungee jumping has to be experienced and deep-fried scorpions have to be tasted. Music is no different and today’s Groupon lets you share those goose-bump inducing songs with your friends, wherever you are: Pay R399 for a portable WOWee ONE Gel Speaker, available in black and chrome, white and chrome or basic black.
As innovative as a pea-out-nose picker and infectious as
a zombie pandemic, the WOWee ONE Gel Speaker is a miniature temple of hybrid
technology. Combining the standard
technology of a regular speaker with the bass-bumping qualities of a Gel Audio™
driver, the speaker pumps mid to high level frequencies while delivering the
lowest of low-end bass frequencies – an incredible three octaves below the
low-end cut-off found in traditional units.
What you need to know:
- Available in Black and Chrome, White and Chrome or Black
- Compact portable speaker with innovative patented gel speaker
- Incredible quality sound, including low-end bass frequencies
- Compatible with iPod, iPad, iPhone and most mobile phones
- Includes built-in rechargeable battery
- Up to 20-hours battery life
- Gel Speaker technology turns surfaces into sound with new patented Gel Speaker technology
- The unit which will work with anything with a 3.5mm plug
- Charges from any USB port or 5V USB power adapter
- Turn doors, windows, boxes or any other surface into a speaker
- A built-in audio limiter allows the WOWee ONE to handle a wide dynamic range of signal inputs
- Bestselling electrical product on British Airways
Technology amazes me, and now the WOWee ONE has surpassed everything I thought about portable speakers. The unit is sleek, easy to carry and does the job of making big beats sound BIG very well. Exactly what I need! – DJ Marky, Drum and Bass DJWild fact: Soon after getting lost in the jungle a group of backpackers began to lose morale. Knowing that a good song could brighten anyone’s day, the pack leader fashioned a crude speaker out of a bird’s nest and attached it to his mp3 player. Not only did the music lift morale, it always acted as a homing sound for a rescue team.